Penelope (1966) Natalie Wood
When Penelope (Natalie Wood) gets married to banker James Elcott (Ian Bannen), she finds him too preoccupied with work to pay much attention to her, so she robs his bank while in disguise. After she confesses to her psychiatrist, Greg Mannix (Dick Shawn), he offers to return the money for her, as he is secretly in love with her. However, he abandons the money when the police approach. Penelope becomes determined to admit to the crime, but neither James nor the police believe her story.
Starring: Natalie Wood, Dick Shawn, Peter Falk, Ian Bannen
Viewer Review: "This is a delightful, witty and funny film! A must for vintage, colorful movies - they don't color'em like the used to. The strong female character a rarity, such cheerfulness which in more recent times has been a trademark of Meg Ryan and Reese Witherspoon. Wonderful scenes including "How to blow bubble-gum", including Penelope and a detective Horatio. Great scenes with her analyst Gregory, who, understandably, has a hard time not falling in love with Penny. you ever loved her, you love Penelope too."
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: The Mystery of Natalie Wood (2004). Accounts from family, friends, and acquaintances tell the story of Natalie Wood and how she started young, acting in the spotlight, making the transition from a childhood actress to serious actress, dating the top names in Hollywood, her life and marriage to her husband, Robert Wagner, and her biggest fear that ended up being the cause of her death. Includes actual film footage. Directed by Peter Bogdanovich.
Hard to Find.
Mature: 18 Years+
Format: DVD, Widescreen
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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